**Michael Loss** (born 1954)^{[1]} is a mathematician and mathematical physicist who works as a professor of mathematics at the Georgia Institute of Technology.^{[2]}

Loss obtained his Ph.D. in 1982 from ETH Zurich, with a dissertation on the three-body problem jointly supervised by Walter Hunziker and Israel Michael Sigal.^{[3]}

With Elliott H. Lieb he is the author of the textbook *Analysis* (Graduate Studies in Mathematics 14. American Mathematical Society, 1997; 2nd ed., 2001).^{[4]}

In 2012, he became one of the inaugural fellows of the American Mathematical Society,^{[5]} and was elected as a Foreign Corresponding Member of the Chilean Academy of Sciences.^{[6]} He is one of the 2015 winners of the Humboldt Prize.^{[7]}

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**^**Birthdate from Library of Congress authority control data**^**Faculty profile, Georgia Tech., retrieved 2015-01-26.**^**Michael Loss at the Mathematics Genealogy Project.**^**Review of*Analysis*by J. Horváth (1998), MR1415616; for the 2nd edition, see MR1817225.**^**List of Fellows of the American Mathematical Society, retrieved 2015-01-26.**^**Michael Loss elected to Chilean Academy of Sciences Archived 2015-10-11 at the Wayback Machine, Georgia Tech. School of Mathematics, January 18, 2012, retrieved 2015-01-26.**^**Michael Loss Receives the Humboldt Research Award, Georgia Tech. School of Mathematics, December 10, 2014, retrieved 2015-01-26.